Tag: prudence

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There is something going on among the Catholic faithful that, from a worldly perspective, seems exceedingly odd given the wide-ranging lay response to the recent Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report on child sexual abuse and the cover-up by the Church hierarchy. The Catholic laity is appalled, furious, and unyielding in demanding that each and every bishop […]

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There are many reasons the Right is losing the culture war and one of them is risk aversion. When one hears of “helicopter parenting”, it is often in reference to physical risks. Don’t eat that snack that touched the floor — it could make you sick! Don’t ride your bike through the woods — you […]

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I have been thinking on political violence today; this is the 155th anniversary of the Inaugural Address by which Lincoln tried to prevent the worst kind of political violence, civil war. I will say a few words on prudence in politics as I believe it needs to be learned again, as a concerned foreigner & […]

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